My FX-8350 build

AMD FX-8350

MSI 970A-G46 Motherboard

MSI GTX 660 2GB (Twin Frozr III)

8 GB 1600MHz Corsair VENGEANCE RAM

Samsung 840 SSD 250 GB (I am aware of the fact that I can save lots of cash with something like a WD Caviar Blue or use the extra cash for a better motherboard/graphics card, however I am not a hardcore gamer, I don't need the power higher end graphics cards have)

Corsair CX 600W PSU (modular)

Cooler Master Elite 430 Case


If anyone have suggestions I am pretty sure this is what I am getting, but I am really wondering about what case I should get, this is the best I've found so far, The motherboard have 3 interal USB connections so if you wanna give me suggestions keep that in mind. (ATX btw)

The build is sexy.....

And you budget is?...

What games will you play

does anyone know if the motherboard he has said about can run two AMD cards with crossfire?

Crossfire and sli support supposedly

Mobo does support crossfire (i hav this mobo) but i would get a 7950 or 7970 becuz it works well with amd cpu's 

for the gpu try a 7870ghz performs better than a normal 660 and cost about the same as for the mobo check out the 990fx, that cpu is really good for over clocking.

you should look into buying 650-700 watt psu if you are going to make multi gpu config,and also look into asus m5a99fx r2 board,its descent board,and asus makes top mobos,everyone knows that,you can overclock it,i also suggest you buying seagate barracuda,its bang for the buck,its cheaper than wd drives and perform same as wd's,alos look into haf 912 case,it has got good air flow,watercooling capablities,back cable management..

Seagate is better than wd now evidently

Also Asus is the best mobo maker no question, although they overprice their intel boards imo

what do you think about the asus M5A97 R2.0 mobo? About same price as the one I got in my cart.


I'm saving up so I don't really have a budget but I don't really wanna spend more than that